The End of an Era

Hey all. How’s the weekend been so far? I haven’t been posting on the weekends much, but I have had a pretty great day and I wanted to share! Nolan and I finished our seating cards today! This was a BIG deal. The seating arrangements changed about 1 million times but we finally got it right. This was the last big project we had to accomplish in prep for the big day. 2 more weeks!

Breakfast:

Mexican breakfast burrito!

  • 2 scrambled eggs
  • the rest of Nolan’s homemade chili from last Sunday
  • pieces of chicken from the rotisserie chicken
  • 1/2 a wedge of laughing cow cheese

I sprayed a TJ’s tortilla with cooking spray and got it a bit crispy.

Lunch:

I finally used these!

This week in our farm share we received a few butternut squash, and more carrots. We are drowning in carrots over here folks!  My inspiration for this soup stems from 2 of my favorite Trader Joe’s soups, carrot ginger, and butternut squash. I will post the full recipe soon, but trust me, it is absolutely delicious!

BUT the most impressive part of my day was that I actually went for a run! Cushing park was beautiful today.Yes, for the first time since July 17th, I ran. I have gone on a few minor walks since then, but no runs. This puts an end to my lazy era! To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect from my body but I was pleasantly surprised! I alternated running and walking, but I managed to get 4 miles in and my legs felt great….until about an hr later. OUCH! I will certainly be sore tomorrow.

Hot pic huh? I visited my dad in the hospital right after this… mistake. I looked like I needed my own bed. My face was bright red, I was sweating like a pig, and I was panting pretty badly. Needless to say my dad wasn’t too upset when I only stayed a half hour.

Dinner today was a last minute decision for Nolan and I. We have like no food, so we made a stop at Subway.

How amazing does this look? It should be in a commercial.  Turkey breast on wheat bread with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, peppers, and banana peppers.

I had about 3/4 of this baby and put the rest in the fridge for lunch tomorrow.

Productivity at it’s finest!  How are you enjoying your weekend?

 

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